£100 Men's S-XXXL Women's 8-20 Weight 548g (size M) Outer nylon Insulation Atomlight polyester
The price tag is very good but it's even better when you take a closer look at the features. Firstly, this is very warm, thanks to a good amount of synthetic insulation, so it could be used for winter. You also get a hem drawcord, cuff Velcro tab adjustment and the hood has adjustable face drawcords, something few other jackets can boast. There is an internal draft baffle behind the front zip, a feature not provided in other low-priced jackets. Get it on and the hood fits and moves well with your head. The weight is pretty good too. All that for £100 is excellent and this would be ideal for most hillwalkers and campers.
The cuffs and hem ride up a little when raising your arms which is a niggle. It is slightly heavier than some jackets and a bit more bulky when squashed down, so not the best for carrying in a rucksack all the way to the summit. The pockets are low, so access is restricted if wearing a rucksack belt, but they are OS map sized. There it h of sftflece at the top of the zip to protect the chin, but some jackets have more extensive soft lining.
Hard to fault as price and performance are excellent for winter walking and camping – though paying more will give you better features.